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bio website leahayes.co.uk
location United Kingdom
age 28
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Dec 3 at 23:52

I have been fascinated by software and video games since a young age when I was given my first computer, a Dragon 32. Since then I have experimented with numerous methods of development ranging from point-and-click type packages to C++. I soon realized that software development was what I wanted to do.

Having invested a lot of time into programming with various languages and technologies I now find it quite easy to pickup new ideas and methodologies. I relish learning new ideas and concepts.

Throughout my life I have dabbled in game and engine development. I was awarded a first for the degree "BEng Games and Entertainment Systems Software Engineering" at the University of Greenwich. It was good to finally experience video games from a more professional perspective.

Due to various family difficulties I was unable to immediately pursue any sort of software development career. This didn't stop me from dabbling though!

Since then I formed a company to focus upon client projects. Up until now the company has primarily dealt with website design and development. I have since decided that it would be fun to go back to my roots and develop games and tools that other developers can use for their games.

We have recently released our first game on iPhone/iPad called "Munchy Bunny!" (see: View in app store). We hope to expand the game and release to additional platforms.

Also, check out our tile system extension for Unity! (see: View product info)


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asked Why should ViewModel route actions to Controller when using the MVCVM pattern?
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answered Where and how to reference composite MVP components?
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asked Where and how to reference composite MVP components?
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comment Modifying the MIT license for modified source code?
@jalanb This is an interesting point that you make...
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accepted Modifying the MIT license for modified source code?
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asked Modifying the MIT license for modified source code?
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accepted Is the string “1.2.3f4” a standard format for version numbers?
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comment Is the string “1.2.3f4” a standard format for version numbers?
I do not see how this question is opinion based...
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asked Is the string “1.2.3f4” a standard format for version numbers?
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accepted If this is camelCase what-is-this?
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accepted How should contributions to an open source project be managed by the owner(s)?
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asked How should contributions to an open source project be managed by the owner(s)?
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accepted Who is responsible for doing a patent search?
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comment Who is responsible for doing a patent search?
@CodeInChaos Thanks, do you know if there are standard pre-written contracts for this type of thing that I could purchase?
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comment Who is responsible for doing a patent search?
@Aaron I have been reading a lot about the mass growth in patent lawsuits. There are so many patent infringements over very obscure and seemingly insignificant pieces of source code. How can a freelance web developer be expected to check patents for every snippet of code (both client and server side)?
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asked Who is responsible for doing a patent search?